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Delhi HC instigates crime branch sleuths to conduct investigation against Doctor suspected of giving fake medical certificates to prisoners

Lawstreet Journal 1 Jul 2020 5:40pm

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Judiciary Delhi HC instigates crime branch sleuths to conduct investigation against Doctor suspected of giving fake medical certificates to prisoners

The Delhi High Court has directed the crime branch of Delhi Police to initiate an inquiry against Dr. Gajinder Kumar Nayyar who is suspected of giving fake medical certificates to the prisoners who want to seek bail, interim bail, suspension of the order, etc. The single bench of Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva further directed in-charge of the Legal cell, Delhi Police as also the Directorate of Prosecution, Delhi to examine all the records and collect information with respect to how many cases accused/convicts applied for bail, interim bail, suspension of sentences, etc in the past two years based on medical certificates issued by Dr. Gajinder Kumar Nayyar.

The order was passed in relation to a bail application filed by Abdul Rehman Nawali on the ground that his wife needs urgent surgery for an ‘ovarian cyst’. The medical certificate was issued by Dr. Gajinder Kumar Nayyar. When Sub-inspector Rohit Chahar visited NC hospital the doctor was not present there. Further, the SI Chahar discovered that there was no ultrasound hospital facility, no performance of Cystectomy surgery, and the lady seeking bail never came to the hospital. The police also informed that various bail applications are pending in the court where the medical certificate was issued by the same doctor. 

The status report filed by the prosecution further submitted that the Disciplinary Committee of Delhi Medical Council after considering the facts and circumstances of the case of the view that Dr. Gajinder Kumar Nayyar had issued medical certificates, clinical summaries and even admitted patient for… Continue Reading...


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